Accused Idaho Killer Met With Police Chief About Job Months Before Quadruple Murder

Accused Idaho Killer Met With Police Chief About Job Months Before Quadruple Murder


The 28-year-old man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students met with the Pullman, Washington, police chief about a job seven months before the quadruple homicides took place.

Recently released emails show that the suspect, who will not be named due to Daily Wire policy, had an online meeting with Gary Jenkins, the chief of police at the Pullman Police Department, about a three-year Graduate Research Assistantship. The job was one of two offered through Washington State University, where the suspect was pursuing his graduate degree.

“It was a great pleasure to meet with you today and share my thoughts and excitement regarding the research assistantship for public safety,” the suspect wrote to Jenkins on April 12, 2022, just a few hours after the two met about the job,

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